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HughBe

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May 14, 2012
 
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See, I am not against what you write since I believe in freedom of speech but are you aware that I have picked up very perverse vibes from your post above that is causing me to literally throw up and the foul smell is overwhelming and adding to my discomfort.
The perverse sex vibe has the worst smell and this is exactly what is being radiated from your post to me.
The muscles in my throat are painful and twitching.
Please don't direct such posts at me in future.
You may post them for general reading under a heading.
I am not feeling well now, Hugh.
Please stop.
I will stop for today and no doubt your recovery will be speeded up by Frijoles telling you of his same sex experiences.
JOEL PASTAKIA

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May 14, 2012
 
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These folks were real Indians. I could tell.
So, what?

They don't have the authentic recipes or don;t take the trouble to acquire them and make several compromises.
former res

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May 14, 2012
 
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Former---Suggest purchasing your tickets ahead of time - online.
Hugh-- card did not have sufficient funds.
Joel should share his inherited wealth with the rest of us. Thereby increasing our bank balances and lines of credit.
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Former-- Do you have popcorn in your strange land? It is a satisfying (and quiet) treat for the movie-seeing experience.
HughBe--- Yes but it is only sold at pop concerts. Here, we sell sweet corn at pop concerts and call it popcorn after the pop music.
very interesting.

Is foods/snacks sold at movie theaters? Big business here.

Many obese Americans. Very costly to our healthcare system. Self-inflicted.
Frijoles

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May 14, 2012
 
former res wrote:
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Very existential, like no one can take a shower FOR you.
(Don't get excited, Huggy!)
That inspired me to think I will go have a shower.

How do you HAVE a shower?

Can someone else have my shower for me?(Please noone answer that - that means you Hughbe lol)
former res

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May 14, 2012
 
JOEL PASTAKIA wrote:
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So, what?
They don't have the authentic recipes or don;t take the trouble to acquire them and make several compromises.
You don't know that.

If a real philadelphian moved to Chicago, he could make real philly cheesesteaks if he wanted to..

I worked with an Indain girl. She said making real Indian food at home was quite a lot of work and she rarely did it, preferring to eat the same food out at Indain restaurants. No doubt she knew good places to go.
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May 14, 2012
 
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I dont recollect anyone asking.
Same here. I heard existentialsm expalined that way once and it seemed to work. At least I thought it sound ok at the time..
JOEL PASTAKIA

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May 14, 2012
 
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The UK is also full of Indian restaurants.

They used to own your ass.
The UK with its large population drawn from the Indian subcontinent has many Indian restaurants that're mostly below par.

In London, the best Indian restaurants serving authentic Indian cuisine are Chutney Mary, Ameya and Veeraswamy's.

All 3 are owned and run by the classy and Cambridge-educated Camellia Panjabi who's on the board of executive directors (F&B) of the Taj Group of Hotels. She visits the Mumbai Taj often. In the Taj in Mumbai she has set up the exclusive and very classy Masala Kraft restaurant serving genuine Indian food.

To eat in these restaurants are real treats.
JOEL PASTAKIA

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May 14, 2012
 
former res wrote:
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You don't know that.

If a real philadelphian moved to Chicago, he could make real philly cheesesteaks if he wanted to..
I worked with an Indain girl. She said making real Indian food at home was quite a lot of work and she rarely did it, preferring to eat the same food out at Indain restaurants. No doubt she knew good places to go.
See, I don't want to argue.

I tell you with all due respects that you don't know what you're talking about where the subject of authentic cuisine is concerned.

I know far more about victuals in international and local places than most people.

Here, Hugh's perverse sex vibes that're radiating from his posts have made me ill. Seriously.
former res

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May 14, 2012
 
JOEL PASTAKIA wrote:
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I don't know about the movie.
But, yes, till 6 or 7 years ago, the Pierre used to be a 4-Seasons' property but now the Taj Group has taken it over.
I hate the hotels run by the 4-Seasons. They're too artificial and unclassy in many respects.
The Taj Pierre in NY is grand but it does not in any aspect match the superior standards of the flagship hotel of the Taj Group which is the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower in Mumbai.
Taj Boston is better than the Pierre.
The only ideal thing about the Pierre is its location - which is swanky 5th Avenue.
You sound like a rich bxstard.

Go to hell.

:))
JOEL PASTAKIA

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May 14, 2012
 
ABBA,

I am ill (a bit giddy, nauseous and shivering) due to his perverse sex vibes (sickening smell!) that're radiating from his posts especially the one on sex that he directed at me.
former res

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May 14, 2012
 
Frijoles wrote:
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That inspired me to think I will go have a shower.
How do you HAVE a shower?
Can someone else have my shower for me?(Please noone answer that - that means you Hughbe lol)
As in "I have to go take a pisx" when you really LEAVE one.
JOEL PASTAKIA

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May 14, 2012
 
Abba,

I am going offline.

Take care.
former res

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May 14, 2012
 
JOEL PASTAKIA wrote:
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The UK with its large population drawn from the Indian subcontinent has many Indian restaurants that're mostly below par.
In London, the best Indian restaurants serving authentic Indian cuisine are Chutney Mary, Ameya and Veeraswamy's.
All 3 are owned and run by the classy and Cambridge-educated Camellia Panjabi who's on the board of executive directors (F&B) of the Taj Group of Hotels. She visits the Mumbai Taj often. In the Taj in Mumbai she has set up the exclusive and very classy Masala Kraft restaurant serving genuine Indian food.
To eat in these restaurants are real treats.
You do sound like a bit of food snob.

Very excellent food can be found at low end restaurants, street food for example sold by vendors. Diners etc. You should watch some of the shows on our Food Network.

Fancy restaurants are fine, but I enjoy a variety of dining experiences.

On our last night in London, we had planned to try offal. Are you familiar?

We got sick though and did not go out that night.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offal
Frijoles

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May 14, 2012
 
JOEL PASTAKIA wrote:
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. In the Taj in Mumbai she has set up the exclusive and very classy Masala Kraft restaurant serving genuine Indian food.
Where we live, the name Kraft is not usually in the same sentence as classy.

YES!
Kraft Mac and Cheese has its own facebook page!
http://www.facebook.com/kraftmacaroniandchees...
former res

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May 14, 2012
 
JOEL PASTAKIA wrote:
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See, I don't want to argue.
I tell you with all due respects that you don't know what you're talking about where the subject of authentic cuisine is concerned.
I know far more about victuals in international and local places than most people.
Here, Hugh's perverse sex vibes that're radiating from his posts have made me ill. Seriously.
We're not arguing, just talkin' here, Apu.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apu_Nahasapeemap...

All I'm saying, is that you cannot state for a fact, that a great Indain chef has not set up shop in the heartland of the US and is sticking to the old world recipes. I say those places exist. It stands to reason.

Huggy will be happy to tell anyone who will listen just how desirable he is to both men and women. I've heard it all before. Offer him some sweet corn to go away.
Frijoles

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former res wrote:
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You do sound like a bit of food snob.
Very excellent food can be found at low end restaurants, street food for example sold by vendors. Diners etc. You should watch some of the shows on our Food Network.
Fancy restaurants are fine, but I enjoy a variety of dining experiences.
On our last night in London, we had planned to try offal. Are you familiar?
We got sick though and did not go out that night.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offal
I dont remember if we have broached this subject before

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kishkes
Frijoles

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May 14, 2012
 
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We're not arguing, just talkin' here, Apu.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apu_Nahasapeemap...
All I'm saying, is that you cannot state for a fact, that a great Indain chef has not set up shop in the heartland of the US and is sticking to the old world recipes. I say those places exist. It stands to reason.
Huggy will be happy to tell anyone who will listen just how desirable he is to both men and women. I've heard it all before. Offer him some sweet corn to go away.
Best Indian cuisine I ever had was not in the US or India. It was in Trinidad. In a variety of places - classy and stripped down.
Frijoles

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We're not arguing, just talkin' here, Apu.
Ouch.
Frijoles

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May 14, 2012
 
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I never knew this:

Biography

Apu is a naturalised U.S. citizen and holds a Ph.D. degree in computer science. He graduated first in his class of seven million at 'Caltech' Calcutta Technical Institute going on to earn his doctorate at the Springfield Heights Institute of Technology (S._ H._ I._ T.). Apu began working at the Kwik-E-Mart during his college years to pay off his student loan, but stayed afterward as he had come to enjoy his job and the friends he had made.
HughBe

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Joel should share his inherited wealth with the rest of us. Thereby increasing our bank balances and lines of credit.
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very interesting.
Is foods/snacks sold at movie theaters? Big business here.
Many obese Americans. Very costly to our healthcare system. Self-inflicted.
Former---Joel should share his inherited wealth with the rest of us. Thereby increasing our bank balances and lines of credit.

HughBe: You are assuming that Joel is really rich and ignoring the possibility that he is just a well-read person with a good imagination and an ability to google things.

Former-- Do you have popcorn in your strange land? It is a satisfying (and quiet) treat for the movie-seeing experience.

HughBe--- Yes but it is only sold at pop concerts. Here, we sell sweet corn at pop concerts and call it popcorn after the pop music.
very interesting.

Former---Is foods/snacks sold at movie theaters? Big business here.

HughBe--- First, I was joking about the popcorn. Whatever you have there we have here and popcorn is the least.

Snacks have ALWAYS been sold here and it is in my mind big business.

Former---Many obese Americans. Very costly to our healthcare system. Self-inflicted.

HughBe--- Same for Jamaica and I have two SLIM daughters, if you know what I mean. At 18 the eldest was over 200lbs. Just hard life, I suppose.

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